Massive Audio CES 2014 Press Announcement

Massive Audio of So Cal USA will be celebrating their 15 year anniversary at the Consumer Electronic  Show Jan 7th -10th , 2014 in the North Hall Booth #2805. In celebration Massive will offer its dealers and distributors a Limited Edition “Chrome Plated” version of the NX4c, N2c, N3c and N4c of their top selling Nano Block amplifiers.

Massive Audio will also be highlighting their dedication to the “Plug & Play” technology of the future with the Bluetooth Audio reproduction of the killer “Dalek” cyborg from the hit series “Doctor Who” which is celebrating their 50th Anniversary.

In 2014 Massive has two new full range digital amplifiers. The DBX4 (250RMS x 4 @ 4ohm) and the D4000.2 (500RMS x 2 @ 4ohm) The DBX4 has an optional plug in 4 farad capacitor that connects directly into the power supply through its own dedicated terminals. All this power in a mere 1.9”H x 5.9”W x 9.4”L foot print.

Massive will be showcasing their new 2014 line up which includes 5 new subwoofer  series featuring “ECO”, “TKO”, “SUMMO”, “MW” & The All Mighty  6000W  “GORDO” series. The two new powered woofer boxes, the “BOOM 8” and the “DRIVE12” along with two new O.E.M. 12 channel line converters, “FLATLINE II” & “BLUELINE” will be on display as well. Both feature converters have Auto Turn On, DUAL Zone Auto Summing for F/R and for the first time a line converter with “Bluetooth” for music input streaming!  There will be several “12Volt Pro Audio”  speakers add to the 2014 lineup which include the 700W MC8II, MC10II & MC12II cast basket midranges and T45, CT3, CT5 tweeters and PAT 4 & F5 horn.

The highlight of the show will be the Massive Audio recreation of the 6’ tall Dalek from the long running TV show Doctor Who. Boasted as the World’s loudest and largest Bluetooth speaker the 5000 watt Dalek will be unveiled on the CES 2014 showfloor. This fearsome foe is fully stocked in 12 Volt fashion and all controlled via Bluetooth to promote Massive’s upcoming personal audio line in 2014.

Kinetik Audio powered the batteries and power supplies and NCD donated their awesome smart phone relays for total Bluetooth control of the Daleks movements and playback.  All designed and built by Mr. Bill Wako, Audio 2000 Tucson, AZ

 

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